Acoustic Diffusion Products are an excellent solution for treating distortion such as comb filtering and flutter echo in musical detail, vocal clarity and response cancellations.
The distortion which is caused by slap echo and comb filtering in musical detail, vocal clarity and response cancellations can be controlled with Diffusion Products, which diffuse sound, and are particularly good for acoustic diffusion as a home studio diffuser. Acoustics diffuser panels (or spelled "diffusor") gives your recording studio or listening environment a sense of spaciousness in your music by addressing the above issues without deadening the room too much. Global Acoustics is proud of our attractive line of sound diffuser products. Our diffuser panel or sound diffusion panels are a proven, cost-effective solution for recording studios, 2-channel listening rooms, home theaters, and many more applications.
Sound diffusers scatter sound across two planes: horizontal (left & right) and vertical (up & down), which is called acoustic diffusion. This two-dimensional scattering broadens the soundscape and makes a room sound larger.
Global Acoustics' sound diffusers use hardwood plywood that won't shrink, swell or warp as much as lumber. We also use various materials for acoustic diffusion such as Thermally fused melamine paper applied to medium density fibreboard (MDF), EPS (expanded polystyrene), thin wood poly and high quality wood laminates to optimize the effectiveness of our acoustical diffusers. We can also allow for extremely tight and repeatable tolerances for an excellent fit and finish for the acoustic diffusers at an extremely competitive price using CNC machines.
Our acoustic diffusers and our new combination absorber/diffuser products give your room and your audio some extra texture that looks and sounds incredible.
Sound diffusers are designed to scatter or disperse sound waves, thereby reducing standing waves and echoes to improve sound clarity. Diffusers (or Diffusors) are typically used in critical listening environments like recording studios, control rooms, music production and live music rooms.
Unlike sound absorbers that trap or eliminate the sound, sound diffusers maintain the “live” ambience, while at the same time reducing standing waves and slap echo. Diffusers may be manufactured from molded plastic or E-Glass and may be wrapped or covered in various fabrics.
Sound diffusers are often used in combination with other materials such as sound absorbers, bass traps, ceiling clouds or other provisions to achieve the desired results for the application.